It is impossible to tell my own story without sharing about Philip Clayton. Not only have I read all of his books, many multiple times, but his guidance in graduate school and continued friendship have been a deep blessing. On top of that, Philip is a brilliant theologian. In this unique conversation, you will hear how a deep personal faith in Christ animates this philosophical theologian and leading scholar of Religion & Science. This is just the first episode in a series exploring how to think theologically. To get the entire series, hear Philip answer the 8 big God questions, and join thousands of others in conversation, join the class Theology for Normal People.
As a scholar, Philip Clayton (Ingraham Professor, Claremont School of Theology) works at the intersection of science, philosophy, and theology. As an activist (president of EcoCiv.org, President of IPDC), he works to convene, facilitate, and catalyze multi-sectoral initiatives toward ecological civilization. As a disciple of Jesus, he finds himself energized by the Spirit in the Quaker community.
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Previous Podcast Convos w/ Philip Clayton
- On the Meaning of Life
- on the Mindfulness of Nature
- The Theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg w/ Philip Clayton
- Finding God in Everyone and Everywhere w/ Philip Clayton and Andrew Davis
- Can a process theologian be an Evangelical & other questions with Philip Clayton
- The #GodDebacle w/ Philip Clayton and LeRon Shults
- Philip Clayton on the Shape of Postmodern Theology
- Party Time with Philip Clayton for “The Predicament of Belief”
- Bootlegged Christianity with Philip Clayton, Jack Caputo, Bill Mallonee, Peter Rollins, & Jay Bakker
- Philip Clayton on The Resurrection, Trinity, Eschatology & the Predicament of Belief
- Coming to Jesus with Daniel Kirk & Philip Clayton